Manage/List/Print Details of Certificates under "Issued Certificates"

I would someone to help me with:
1.  Creating either a csv or txt file or some type of report that lists the details of all the certificates that have been issued by the Enterprise Issuing CA (not from my local computer).

2.  I can also use a command that I can run, if there is a question whether or not a certain machine-id has received a certificate yet or not ??

Thank you.  msyed1.
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iedenCommented:
In 2008, run certsrv.msc and retarget to your CA. Expand and right click on the Issued Certificates folder and chose export list. The default selection is Text (Tab Delimited) (*.txt). Give your exported file a name and save location. You can then open the file in a spreadsheet editing software.
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msyed1Author Commented:
ieden:
Thank you so much.  That did it, but before I close this case, can you tell me if you know of vendor products that provide managment of PKI systems.  We have stood up a new PKI environment, and are issuing certificates, but don't have any tool to manage them.  Any help or reference will be appreciated.  We have looked at MS FIM/CM, but that is overkill for us.  msyed1.
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iedenCommented:
I'm the tool in our shop. It helps the day go by faster :-)
Overkill and expensive is the drawbacks to most utilities available for management. Ya can't beat the built in tools and a whizbang who knows how to use them without going crazy :-P
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msyed1Author Commented:
Thank you....
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